Town Close House Preparatory School

Town Close House Preparatory  School
14 Ipswich Road
01603 620180
01603 618256
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Town Close House Preparatory School, Norwich is an independent school for boys and girls aged from 3 to 13.

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£8,880 - £11,085 pa


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Town Close School is a co-educational preparatory school for children aged 3 to 13. Last inspected in November 2011, the School was adjudged to be outstanding in every single aspect (twelve in total), which places us in a very select band, among the finest schools in the country.

We value our individual girls and boys for the breadth and variety of their talents, and celebrate effort and commitment... Read More

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